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Words from the First World War

My grandfather, Cullen Finger, fought in World War I and kept a diary of his battle experiences, including the day he was shot and gassed. Here are some excerpts.

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“Hallelujah” Screening at Brooks Thursday

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2015 Fiction Contest Announced

Rules and Guidelines

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Willy Bearden Photography Reception at WKNO

Longtime Memphis photographer and filmmaker to show photos at offices of WKNO.

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Overton Square is the Comeback Kid

Deja vu all over again.

Q&A With Barry Fuller

The veteran actor recalls “A Christmas Carol” at Theatre Memphis.

Justin Fox Burks and Amy Lawrence Share Health-Conscious Recipes

Local cookbook authors show how to eat right for life.

Three Cancer Survivors Tell Their Stories

Graham Burks, Chloe O’Hearn, and Frank Uhlhorn.

Remembering the Marx Brothers — of Football

The true story of the Wandering Weevils of Arkansas A&M College, who lost almost every game they played — on purpose.

For Holiday Gift Giving, Think Local

Shop local with “Memphis” magazine’s Holiday 2014 gift picks.

Agents for Change: Elaine Blanchard

For a woman whose sensitivity to women’s needs led her to tremendous achievements for women.

Agents for Change: Gayle Rose

For a woman who seized the opportunity to use her talents and created her own future.

Agents for Change: Margot McNeeley

For a woman who solved glaring problems despite the widespread inertia, apathy, or ignorance around her.

Agents for Change: Meghan Ybos

For a woman whose heroic spirit was tested and shown as a model to all in Shelby County and beyond.

Agents for Change: Cristina Condori

For a woman who, facing active opposition, backed an unpopular cause in which she deeply believed.

Agents for Change: Martha Ellen Maxwell

For a lifetime of achievement in the arts.

Agents for Change: Bessie Vance Brooks

For a woman of generations past whose achievements still enrich our lives.

2014 Women of Achievement

Meet Deborah Clubb, the woman who started the celebration 30 years ago.

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